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6th Edition of World Nanotechnology Conference

April 24-25, 2023

April 24 -26, 2023 | Orlando, USA
World Nano 2023

Anji Reddy Polu

Anji Reddy Polu, Speaker at Nanomaterials Conferences
BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women, India
Title : Journey of nanotechnology in polymer electrolytes for rechargeable lithium batteries


The capacity and energy density of conventional lithium-ion batteries have reached their limits. High-energy batteries can be made possible by using lithium metal anodes. But in order to avoid safety risks and lithium dendrite growth, safe electrolytes must take the place of flammable liquid ones. One of the most practical ways to create safer and energy-dense electrochemical energy storage systems is to switch from traditional liquid electrolytes to polymer electrolytes (PEs) which are desired for applications in e-mobility (e.g., electric vehicles). Organic-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials have attracted increasing attention in recent years, with the goal of combining the benefits of both organic and inorganic phases. With full consideration given to the impact of inorganic and organic phases on the physical and chemical properties of the electrolytes, I will concentrate on the development and most recent advancements in PEs comprising nano-sized inorganic materials and hybrid nanoparticles in this talk. I emphasize the paradigm shift from composite polymer electrolytes (CPEs, made by physical blending) to hybrid polymer electrolytes (HPEs, made by chemical grafting), and I address potential advancements and future possibilities for both CPEs and HPEs.

Audience Take Away:

  • The audience can understand the role of electrolytes in Battery and the importance of Li-ion batteries in the present Market scenario.
  • By using this presentation, they can learn the synthesis of polymer electrolytes and the role of Nanotechnology in these polymer electrolytes.
  • This will give a new solution for the safety of Li-ion batteries.
  • Faculty working on energy materials will motivate towards this work due to its importance in the present and future applications of battery technology.


Dr. Anji Reddy Polu has completed his PhD from Dr. H S Gour Central University and postdoctoral studies from Sogang University, South Korea. He has more than 13 years of experience on Battery materials and their application in EVs. Dr. Reddy currently working as Assistant Professor, R & D Central Coordinator, Department of Physics, BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women, a premier engineering college in Hyderabad. Previously Dr. Reddy worked in VIT University and K L University as Assistant Professor. He has published more than 55 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an reviewer for many reputed journals (ACS, RSC, Elsevier, Wiley, Springer etc.). He has given many invited talks and keynote lectures in various countries in reputed international conferences. He received many awards and honours for his contribution in research on Energy storage devices and also in academics. Dr. Reddy having 3 patents for his Credit. Dr. Reddy having the h-index of 25 and having more than 2030 citations. Dr. Reddy is also a Life member in Electrochemical Society of India and visited 12 countries. Dr. Reddy featured among world’s top 2% scientist list published by Stanford University, USA and Elsevier on Oct. 2022.